You were lucky: many departments have no-pursuit policies for fleeing motorcyclists. And that's not to protect the officers. Experience has shown that too many pursuits of motorcycles end in fatalities—usually the rider.
I was in a car with someone who eluded the cops. He was traveling down a 45MPH road going 70MPH. And a cop pulled up to the intersection and saw him passing by at high speed. I was able to see the officer flicked his light but never heard the siren. I told him and he proceeded down an one way ally then baiscly performed a circle. I guess trying to getting behind the squad car. We never saw the cop again. This all happend with in 2 to 3 minutes after seeing the cop. I guess you have about 5 minutes to get away before back up arrives in the form of another office on a bike, car, or helicopter. After that your screwed and they will have your lic. #. Its always best just to pull over. Unless you want to start a new life in Mexico,LOL....
I have a friend who outruns the cops just about once a week. He has a Honda CBR1000. He easily hits 170mph. Cops don't even try. Their radios are not fast enough to get him, because he is already at the next exit before they can even dispatch. LoL!! Cops don't bother with bike to much..
On the interstate I took a quick exit when a trooper did a median u-turn. It wasn't so much running as evading. He never found me and I got away with that one. I wouldn't try to actually outrun a cop, though. There's too much risk in terms of injuring me, the cop, or an innocent third party.